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on this in the coming days. >>> a powerful earthquake has shaken northeastern japan. the tremor occurred at around 11:45 a.m. on wednesday. the quake had an estimated magnitude of 7.2 and was centered off the coast of northeastern japan. the depth of the quake was 10 kilometers. japan's meet lodge cam agency issued a tsunami adviser along the coast of northeastern japan. once again, a powerful earthquake has shaken northeaster japan. the tremor occurred around 11:45 a.m. on wednesday local time. them quake had an estimated magnitude of 7.2 and was centered off the coast of -- in northeastern japan. the depth of the quake was estimated at 10 kilometers. and japan's meteorological agency issued a tsunami advisory off the coast of northeastern japan. >>> japan has a new face for dip lomascy dipcy. -- diplomacy. he will replace serjei maehara who resigned over a political donation scandal. takeaki matsumoto became state tear. he is said to have expertise in financial, fiscal and security policies. takeaki matsumoto resigned for accepting political donations from a foreign -- it dealt another blow to the
strikes off the coast of japan sending tremors all the way to tokyo. >>> i just broke into a house and the owners came home. >> you broke into a house? >> we bring you a 911 call with the difference. >>> we begin this hour with libyan leader moammar gadhafi. as civil war rages, he has taken to the air waves to deliver another rambling speech. he told his supporters the rebels who have taken control of parts of the country are "traitors." he talked up the libyan standard of living saying it was the envy of many in the world and urging his country men to stand up and defend it. and he repeated his claim that al qaeda is to blame for unrest in libya saying it has drugged young people to get them to fight. >> they don't understand economic politics, sociology, technology, in order to be used for the welfare of humanity. they want to destroy our great industrial labor, our technology, bridges. those things for them is good. they have -- their good action is to destroy the -- our culture, our schools, our hospitals. they consider themselves and other people are all infidels. those are th
. in berkeley, alan wang, abc news. >>> an earthquake in japan triggered a small tsunami, but there are no reports of damage or injuries. highrise buildings shook in tokyo after a 7.2 magnitude quake struck 270 miles off japan's northern coast. buildings swayed for up to 30 seconds. it is already wednesday in japan. the quake rumbled just before noontime. the tsunami did reach one coastal town. >>> coming up next, an executive caught on camera. what he said about the tea party. >> and fishermen are thrilled about the possibility we may have a nearly normal salmon season. >> and the changing face of california. what new census numbers reveal about who we are. >> and then later on "nightline." >> i'm terry moran. coming up next on "nightline" the financial guru joins us with four tips for turning an economic crossroads into a window of opportunity. and some swear by the hcg diet, but can imitating mary! hey! wow, you look great! thanks! it's this new wish yourself thin program. i just wish it and it happens. it's probably those fiber one bars you're eating. i know they help
. >> he had breaking news. a major earthquake off the coast of japan. the earthquake hit 15 minutes ago on the east coast of japan. building shook some 250 miles to the south in tokyo. a tsunami alert has been issued for the northeastern coast of japan. >>> the district's board meeting got underway in concord just about one hour ago. they are expected to vote for layered notices for 150 teachers. mount diablo faces a $122 million shortfall. >>> voters were headed to the polls today in a crucial vote on the taxes in a special election. rob roth explains. >> reporter: supporters of the measure went door to door today encouraging registered voters to cast their ballots. it would increase property taxes, this home would see a tax increase of about $200 a year. the money would raise some $12 million a year for the financially strapped school districts. >> public education is tied to the identity of alameda and a friendly environments. most people if given the right opportunity or right message will step up and support it. >> reporter: two thirds of the voters will have to approve the tax inc
in japan triggered a small tsunami along the northeastern coast. this is video from japan's nhk television network. you can see the shaking as buildings swayed for as long as 3 seconds in tokyo. the initially quake was followed by a 6.3 magnitude aftershock. a small wave came ashore in japan but the specific warning center did not expect any other areas to be affected. >> the space shuttle "discovery" is about to wrap up its flying career in three hours from now. the crew and astronauts are on their way back to earth. the 27-year-old "discovery" is nasa's oldest shuttle and the most travelled flying 39 missions. it will retire to the smithsonian institute for display. here is a photo from a central valley resident as the shuttle soared in the sky fresno 7:30 last night. that thin white vertical streak there, that shows the path of "discovery." it was like northwest to southeast, right? >> yeah. you gave us the whole scoop and i can't believe i forgot to look. >> three people standing here. which of us saw it last night. >> no, which of us is smiling. (laughter) >> forgot because we were so
gotten from a couple others. in japan tel, there was a new karaoke bar. it was basically an old carry a keyboard that changed ownership. we did a little bit of education, -- it was an old karaoke bar. and last, the only incident we have the we have not gotten a police report on yet was an assault and stabbing in the mission area, and the interesting thing is that at this time, one, we are not sure about the nexus between that and the surrounding bars, and two, we are not sure if the bar have a permit in the first place. this may not be in our purview at all. we are just waiting for more information at this time, and that is all i have. thank you. president newlin: commissioners, any questions? any items from the public? seeing none, we will move on to item four. none. all right, item number five, a hearing and possible action regarding applications for permits under the jurisdiction of the entertainment division. item a, artura angulo, dba southtown arcade, 447 stockton. >> a retail store on the union square side. as i understand, it will have local art from local artists and st. cult
to southern california or to mexico. >>> a magnitude 7.2 earthquake hit japan just before noon their time on wednesday. it was followed by a 6.3 aftershock. the quake was centered 200 miles north of tokyo. it shook buildings in tokyo. a tsunami alert was issued but there are no signs of damage or significant injury. >>> temperatures in the 40s or low 50s. temperatures will stay in the upper 40s for the most part. right now we're seeing a few high clouds streaming through the area. this is the tail end of the system that effected us last night. we're still going to get a few clouds. the clouds will clear as we head to tomorrow. matter of fact, tomorrow, it will be a really nice day. we will start the day with some patchy fog. valley fog and the north inland valley, the skies clear by noon. in the 3:00 hour, temperatures will be 5-10 degrees warmer than what we saw today. in the next chance of rain coming up in a bit. >>> police in san francisco are investigating a high-profile heist. a yellow lamborghini belonging to food network star was rolling. police believe the person who took the car
a quake in japan a little more than three hours ago. the epicenter is 200 miles north of tokyo. buildings reportedly swayed. there are no immediate reports of damage or injuries. a tsunami of about 20-inches is forecast to hit japan's coast sometime tomorrow. officials say there is no danger of a tsunami along the western united states. >>> newly released documents show that pg & e faced problems shortly before last september's explosion in san bruno. ktvu consumer editor tom vacar was allowed to go into a facility where the troubling chain of events may have begun. >> reporter: milpedas natural gas terminal is a major hub for gas pipelines coming in from the texas and canada. from here, natural gas sent throughout the peninsula. repair crews here in milpedas were replacing a back up power supply, during that repair there was a sudden loss of electrical power. pg & e central room saw pressure gauges dropping to zero on three major pipelines apparently in error. though valves were open wide, pg & e says there was no massive spike in pressure. only a minor one a few pounds over usual operat
in japan a little more than three hours ago. the epicenter is 200 miles north of tokyo. buildings reportedly swayed. there are no immediate reports of damage or injuries. a tsunami of about 20-inches is forecast to hit japan's coast sometime tomorrow. officials say there is no danger of a tsunami along the western united states. >>> newly released documents show that pg & e faced problems shortly before last september's explosion in san bruno. ktvu consumer editor tom vacar was allowed to go into a facility where the troubling chain of events may have begun. >> reporter: milpedas natural gas terminal is a major hub for gas pipelines coming in from the texas and canada. from here, natural gas sent throughout the peninsula. repair crews here in milpedas were replacing a back up power supply, during that repair there was a sudden loss of electrical power. pg & e central room saw pressure gauges dropping to zero on three major pipelines apparently in error. though valves were open wide, pg & e says there was no massive spike in pressure. only a minor one a few pounds over usual operat
edged higher for a second straight day. japan's nikkei added more than half a percent while hong kong's hang seng also finished higher. oil prices remain near $104 a barrel. >>> today, wall street gets the very latest on trade. on tuesday stocks rallied with big banks leading the charge. the dow jumped 124 points, while the nasdaq gained 20. >>> small investors have jumped squarely back into the market. new data shows since the beginning of the year investors have poured more than $24 billion into mutual funds. that reversed the trend from the year before, which saw small investors pulling $96 billion out of the market. >>> one major investor thinks now is not a good time to be in stocks. billionaire carl icahn is returning all the money that outside investors have put into his hedge fund. in a letter to partners, he says he is concerned about another market crisis, especially given the current bull run on wall street. stocks have nearly doubled since hitting 12-year lows just two years ago. >>> facebook is breaking into the movie business. the social networking site has signed a deal
high- speed rail. we have learned from all the technologies in germany and japan, they want to be partners and help california build high- speed rail. a hundred years ago, the chinese were building the railroads, now they want to help us build a high-speed rail in the state of california. that would be a great irony for us to celebrate. this is a historical movement that we are making. that is what i think president obama 4. that gave us the stage upon which we can promote our localities and i think that it will work. i think that these want a connection to the united states and they want to feel comfortable. the bay area is the comfort level that they can find. you will see chinese companies going back and forth. you can also help companies going to china to do their developments as well. >> this has to deal with scrap metal, automobiles, medical technology products. these are major exports and they like red wine, by the way. icy oakland as playing an important role in organizing the region. even maybe the country. when we were at the conference of mayors, all of these smal
the united states sits per capita verses australia, japan, russia, germany, china, pick your own country. various capacity in the system to deal with some of the impacts of climate change. so i think there's capacity there and something you out to look at. then finally, back to add ing a couple of issues to chart on here. one if you have not done it you should look at your financial systems and rate stability that now particularly to deal with rate increases in the future. you should be paying a lot of attention to where you are now with rates. you need to keep flexible. the biggest problem i have now is people trying to solve my problems for me to invest in today to solve something 30 or 40 years from now and to make huge capitol investments today might not be the right approach and you need to all look at that in our own utilities. we need to react and not over-react and do things that don't make sense and cause our rate payer as lot of sense and are not going to contribute to solveg the problem. we're going to get a lot more information year by years we go forward. finally i would rea
.43 earthquake in japan triggered a small tsunami. no reports of anything damage or injuries. this is from nhk television network. as you can see the shaking and the building swaying for about 30 seconds. this is in tokyo. the initial quake -- you see the shaking -- was followed by an aftershock. the specific tsunami warning center did not expect any other areas to be affected. >> along the atlanta coast communities from delaware up for massachusetts are bracing for more rain and more flooding today. the hardest hit may be new jersey where there's a state of new jersey. emily schmidt has the latest. >> it is a double hit. winter rains after winter snow forcing people out as the water moves in. there are flood watchings or warnings in half of the nation's states. in wayne, new jersey, 3 inches of rain caused some of the worse flooding in 60 years. it transformed riverside drive into the only thoroughfare. this gave enough power to wash away the ground and collapse the road above it. firefighters had to use boats to rescue stranded residents from the riding water. while another threat of storms
for abc news. >>> a 7.2 magnitude earthquake shakes up japan, it even triggered a small tsunami. no reports of damages or injuries. now the quake did cause buildings to sway in tokyo, which is about 260 miles southwest of the quake's epicenter. according to reports, the shaking lasted for as long as 3 minutes. >>> to severe weather pounding the atlantic cold front. people from delaware to massachusetts are dealing with floods after getting hit with snow then rain. they are bracing for more wet weather tonight. the hardest hit may be new jersey where leaders have already declared a state of emergency. >> i think the problem is the rain, snow melt, the dam up river. it never used to get this bad. >> in connecticut firefighters used boats to rescue stranded people from the rising waters. meteorologists are calling for yet another round of rain tonight just after rivers crest from these last storms. >>> all right. let's get into it. we've got multiple flood watches upstate wide where you see these enhanced green shaded counties this is a flood watch and coastal flood advisory al
of the greenhouse e mibss but there's an economic move in japan and china and their moving forward but we can look back and say, tom i heard this morning say if it goes up a foot we have to and we're going to have to start educating the customers and people we serve. it's another problem that's here to stay and we are going to have to make the investment. message number one. number two, the state and a question i heard. what about the delta, what do we do if we don't know where to go. my agency represent as hundred percent of our supply in the delta. that does not mean we have sat back waiting for the delta to be improved. we have spent more than a billion have to diversify but with the aspects that lester talked about we're going to have to invest in the delta in a way that creates adoptibility and what i call a, two for example. or we could have a katrina type event when it hits. if we don't invest in levies and improve meant on the water supply can in fact be the cork in the bottle when the global warming raises the sea level. i listened to a professor the other day that's chair to one of the
action. >> japan has issued a tsunami warning after major 7.2 earthquake struck. buildings in tokyo swayed. the quake was centered near the capital. the tsunami warning applies to the pacific coast. predictions of waves up to 50 centimeters. there are no immediate reports of damage or injury. they are currently assessing the situation. we will bring you more on that as soon as we get it. you're watching "bbc news". keeping guantanamo open leaves inmates in a worse position than ever. one of the architects of the islamic republic has lost his the country's most influential bodies. >> is one of the great survivors of iranian politics. even survivors have their bad days. he gave up his job as head of the assembly of experts, a body that takes iran's supreme leader. the experts concluded he was not conservative enough for their taste. >> i will the family not become a candidate for presidency. to avoid harming this sacred body. >> this is the man who takes over. he is 79 and it is hard to count him as a fresh face at the top. his election is seen as a victory for hard-liners in the esta
we have become is not just in the u.s., but in europe and? japan, so it's the entire developed world. we're coming to the end of governments' ability to borrow money. we're not at the end, we can see the end. what that means is governments all over the world, and the people -- the populations are faced with two choices. they can either choose to dive with the deficits and/or they can keep printing until they run into the wall, a la greece. in the u.s., or problem is our national conversation will have to be about medicare. we can handle social security and the other issues, play around the edges, but at the end of the day, the conversation is how much medicare do we have and how do we pay for it? we have to get the fiscal deficit below nominal gdp. if we keep running at the levels we are today, we hit the wall, we become greece. >> let's accept the problem. we owe trillions, we've taken all the private risk, moved it to the government, it's a math equation that can't possibly be solved. >> that's not true. >> go ahead. how do you solve it? >> we can solve it. >> you can't introduce a
. an earthquake out of japan. i want to show you this graphic. as we go over, we have the 7.2 earthquake. and of course, that is a very strong earthquake. happened about 100 kilometers offshore of japan. now, since then, we've picked up nearly 15 aftershocks ranging anywhere from 4.1 up to potentially about 5.7. we'll continue to see that threat. but good news is, we're not getting any reports of any damages. we did have a tsunami that was generated about .54 meters and works out to be roughly 1.8 feet. luckily no injuries or reports of damages. >> luckily, indeed. thanks very much for that. >>> the tourism industry is vital to many economies around the world. we're at the world's largest travel fair where countries from right across the globe, including civil war ravaged libya are hoping to entice visitors. "world business today" continues in a moment's time. and also . like nature valley. granola bars made with crunchy oats and pure honey. nature valley -- 100% natural. 100% delicious. but sometimes i wonder... what's left behind? [ female announcer ] introducing purifying facial clean
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. no damage or injuries have been reported. we also have an earthquake to teddy but in japan, it was a 7.3 earthquake in a head in the area late last night it triggered a small tsunami warning. now reportsno reports y . >> mark: a quick look at top stories, authorities are looking for a pittsburgh counselor convicted of child molestation. he was had his first day of testimony when he had a court has run in with a 13 year-old victim he left the court has he has not been seen since even though he was missing he was convicted on friday the of two felony counts of child molestation. atm users these in san francisco or gluing down the buttons on the keypad and they wait until the customer with their car end, put in their pin number was those customers coincide they complete the transaction in still money. they count don't know this theft for days. jared loughner they're facing dozens of new charges at his arraignment today. he is accused of killing six people, wounding 13, the judges also considering motions including an order for psychological evaluation. >> louisa: time rain now 7:46 a.m. a
. no injuries reported. 7.3 earthquake triggered a tsunami warning along japan's coast. it hedges for forenoon their time. --it hit just before noon their time. some witnesses say it lasted as long as three minutes. we have video coming in showing the moment that earthquake hits. he see the camera shake, no reports of damage or injuries. with the merchant seaman management offices there's still trying to determine the impact of the earthquake. meanwhile in california we have an interesting story, a massive see em dead fish washed up. officials say there's more than a million of them. it's about a foot deep in terms of how many fish are floating there. they believe the school of sardines were swept in by waves or current they used up all the oxygen in the area which experts believe led to this mass killing. pelicans and other birds are enjoying a feeding frenzy. of a california news two men are facing felony charges after placing a credit card slimmers inside gas pumps. the device was a touch of a circuit board inside the gas pump he called police. they fitted the top with an alarm it was trigg
-taliban militiaman when the blast struck. another blast yesterday killed 20. >>> parts of japan were shaken by a powerful earthquake, which struck the northeast coast this morning. buildings in tokyo some 200 miles away swayed for about 30 seconds while the quake hit. it triggered a small tsunami. but there were no reports of damage or injury. >>> in wisconsin, union leaders say they are not impressed by the governor's new budget compromise. the governor has offered to keep certain collective bargaining rights in for workers. it's in an attempt to end a three-week stalemate there. they've been holed up across the border in illinois to avoid a vote on that issue. >>> the u.s. marshal service is mourning the loss of one of its own. the agent died hours after a gun battle erupted during a raid in st. louis. 48-year-old john perry passed away. he suffered a gunshot wound to the head, while attempting to arrest a suspect. two agents were wounded. the suspect was killed. >>> and white house drug czar gil kerlikowske is in a boston hospital this morning. he fainted twice yesterday. he was alert an
. the shaking >>> a 7.3 earthquake off the northwest coast of japan this morning. so far no reports of injuries or any damage. the shaking could be felt hundreds of miles away in tokyo. train lines were interrupted but service was restored in an hour. >>> the tucson shooting suspect will be arraigned on nearly 50 new charges today. jared loughner facing 49 felony counts for murder and attempted murder. he is accused of killing six people and woundings 13 others in january including congresswoman gabrielle giffords. today a judge will also consider an order for a psychological evaluation to see if loughner is competent to stand trial. >>> the man accused of driving from manteca to pleasanton with his wife on the hood of his minivan will undergo mental exams before going on trial. that's 36-year-old christopher carroll. he is due back in court march 29th. he tried to plead guilty earlier this month but the judge rejected that. the "contra costa times" reports the mental example will be to see if he is competent to stand trial. >> his wife is one lucky gal. >>> marine biologists are trying to figu
. an earthquake near tokyo has led to a tsunami warning in japan. ergency response teams are assessing the damage as we speak. a sizeable shake, 7.2 in magnitude. the quake hit around noon. the epicenter, you see it here, 9 0 miles northeast of tokyo. according to the usgs, the quake struck almost nine miles underground, shaking buildings and churning up waves along the coast. train lines were temporarily stopped. no immediate reports, though, of damage or injuries. a residence along the coast have been warned to stay away from the shore. >>> a new surveillance video released today could be the key to catch a killer. the video reveals a mystery suspect in a triple homicide at a san jose nightclub. we want to warn you some of this video is violent. the video was taken at the mexicali nightclub back in january. it shows a man running across the screen wearing a bulletproof vest trying to drag the bar owner at gunpoint to a waiting suv. the club owner who police say feeling targeted over a drug debt was able to get free but was gunned down by the mystery man in the parking lot. the owner survived. t
not determined what happened. a magnitude 7.3 earthquake triggered a small tsunami along japan, it hit just before noon their time, followed by 6.3 aftershock. it shook buildings in tokyo, the shaking lasted as long as three minutes. we have video we are just getting in showing the moment that the quake hit. incredibly with the 7.3, and a 6.3 aftershock no injury or damage has been reported. we will be right back as the kron 4 morning news continues after the break. a would-be robber has trouble getting started. >> mark: all warmer day on tap today your highs of 70 inland and '60s around the bay. wall street down 21 points right now, oil prices on the way up again. the dow up yesterday giving back some today. npr president has just resigned, this comes in the wake of comments that anchored conservatives and called for the end of the federal funding for broadcast. they call the tea party racist, and said the network would be better off without federal money. so she has just resigned over hidden camera footage coming out. the discovery is coming home today, the five member crew is expected ba
to a story developing in northern japan, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake shook buildings in tokyo and has prompted tsunami warnings. it happened just over an hour ago. the epicenter appears to be in the water about 200 miles north of tokyo. there are no immediate reports of injuries or damage. initial tsunami warnings have expired without any reports of a wave reaching shore. >>> back here in washington, the police department is on the defense tonight. three officers were arrested today and charged with crimes while on duty. craig melvin joins us from the fourth district police headquarters where it's been a troubling few days. craig? >> reporter: doreen, four d.c. cop cops arrested in four days. today as you mentioned all of the officers charged with attempting to receive stolen goods. dispute the recent arrests, though, today the police chief insisted there is no culture of corruption. federal aegtgents arrested them tuesday afternoon. they used undercover officers and informants for two months. police chief kathy lanier say the officers all bought electronics they knew had been stolen. lanier s
on administrative leave. he was already expected to leave npr in may. >>> they are bracing for aftershocks in japan today following a powerful earthquake there. the epicenter was a coastal town about 200 miles northeast of tokyo. the magnitude 7.2 earthquake was strong enough to literally shake buildings in tokyo. japanese television captured it all. there are no immediate reports, though, of damage or injuries. there was a minor tsunami along the coast. >>> actor ben affleck is urging lawmakers on capitol hill to pay more attention to the unfolding crisis in congo. affleck teamed up with cindy mccain, wife of senator john mccain, to highlight the widespread suffering in the african country. congo is one of the poorest countries in the world. it has been in near constant turmoil since 1996. >> we are the odd couple, perhaps, in politics but that's the beauty of this, because this transcends political parties. >> we strongly believe that if we continue to place congo on the back burner of u.s. policy, it will indeed come back to haunt us. the federal budget may be a zero sum game but our morality, o
a barrel on tuesday. a few hours ago, a strong earthquake in tokyo, centering 200 miles north of japan's largest city, tremors on the coastline, prompting a tsunami alert. no word on any big waves reaching the shoreline. and reports show that more than 5 million people could feel the earthquake. so far, no reports of damage or injuries. i'm ainsley earhardt. we now return to "on the record" with greta. if you would like more informs, check out our web site, foxnews.com. >> greta: is there a loophole in the new health care law? maybe if you live in tennessee. the state's health freedom act is heading to the governor's desk. it says every tennessee resident is tree to or decline services without penalty or -- is free to accept or decline services without penalty or punishment. your bill does this mean you don't have to do that federal mandate is that what your law says? >> that's correct. it states that we have a choice to embrace government health care or to not. it is protected by the state of tennessee government. so the federal government cannot tick date their will to news tennessee
] stir up a smile with hershey's syrup. >>> an earthquake rocked japan. the magnitude 7.3 quake hurt 95 miles off the country's north eastern coast, shaking buildings hundreds of miles away in tokyo and triggering a small tsunami. no reports of significant damage or injuries. >>> meantime, millions of dead fish in a popular redone doe beach harbor in california, it is believed that an chovey sized silver fish moved into the harbor to escape a red tide. that's tox irk alic algae -- toxic algae that can poison fish. and the high tide kept the fish from getting out and boats can't get out of the harbor because of so many fish. >>> national public radio is appalled by a comment made by a former executive, ron shiller, president of the npr foundation until last week and captured on hidden camera describing members of the tea party movement as racist and he was talking with two men in a muslim organization during a lunch in georgetown. listen. >> basically they are, they believe that being white and middle america, gun-toting, it is scary. >> the video was posted on a web site run by conser
't go to japan and become 100% japanese. you look different, you're not going to be japanese. or china. other countries are so monocultural, you can't break in no matter what you do, no matter how many years you've stayed there. we have had problems like that over the years, but we're working on them. but we're working on them. will this work for or against assimilation? will it work against it? >> absolutely. america will not win the war against terrorism without the help of muslims. i was a muslim who worked in homeland security -- >> so, you're muslim? >> absolutely. one of two. keith ellison is the first. i helped thwart these efforts. congressman schakowsky was right. i was reminded of a conversation at the constitutional convention. ben franklin was asked definitively, what do we have, a monarchy or a republic? he said, we have a republic, if you can keep it. how do we keep it? >> well said again. >> congresswoman, your thoughts. i want you to speak for the feelings of people you represent. i know you have people of islamic faith in your district. you have a very varied district.
earthquake in japan triggered a small tsunami this morning. look at that video. it shows buildings swaying and shaking the moment the 7.3 quake hit. now there are no reports of injuries, but look. there was a small tsunami about 30 minutes later after the quake. but that also did not cause any damage. >>> time now 5:53. the average bishop of philadelphia just suspended 21 priests placing them on administrative leave. they're all accused of sexually abusing children. and their suspensions follow a grand jury report alleging widespread priest abuse and a cover up that went on for years. the priests won't be allowed to celebrate mass or wear collars until the catholic church completes its investigation. >>> a minnesota mail carrier has died after a porch she was standing on just collapsed. that porch was built over what used to be the entrance to a cellar. police say she fell about 10 feet to the bottom of the porch then was trapped under a four inch thick concrete slab. police say the beams holding up the porch had rotted. and that caused them to just give away. >>> two oakland police office
rumbled about 90 miles off the northwest coast of japan this morning. so far there have been no reports of injuries or damage. the shaking could be felt hundreds of miles away, including in tokyo. train lines were temporarily interrupted but service was restored after about an hour. >>> today president obama's top security advisors expected to meet at the white house to discuss the crisis in libya. they plan to outline possible ways to pressure leader moammar qaddafi to end his violent crackdown on anti-government forces and step down. secretary of state hillary clinton says any decision on whether to enforce the no-fly zone must come from the united nations, not the u.s. >> there is an international effort going on. so we believe it's important that this not be an american or a nato or a european effort. it needs to be an international one. and there is still a lot of opposition. >> you can watch the full interview with clinton on "the early show" starting at 7:00. >>> the alleged gunman in the arizona shooting rampage will be back in court today and arraigned on dozens of new charges.
. >>> a powerful earthquake in japan triggered a small tsunami this morning. look at this video. buildings are swaying the very moment that 7.3 quake hit. look at the water there at the bottom. no reports of any injuries yet. but there was a small tsunami about 30 minutes after that quake. we're told it did not cause any damage. >>> the arch bishop of philadelphia just suspended 21 priests placing them on administrative leave. now they are all accused of sexually abusing children. their suspensions follow a grand jury report alleging widespread priest abuse and a cover up that went on for years. the priest will not be allowed to celebrate mass or wear collars until the catholic church completes its investigation. >>> a minnesota mail carrier has died after a porch she was standing on collapsed. the porch was built over what used to be an entrance to a cellar. police say she fell ten feet to the bottom of the porch and trapped underneath a four inch concrete slab. the beams had rotted causing them to give way. >>> time now 6:46. two oakland police officers are not face charges for shooting
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arrested the driver who is from mexico. >>> people in japan are plenty rattled today. in the past 24 hours, they have endured not one, but two powerful earthquakes. both of them off the eastern coast of japan's main island honshu. one magnitude 6 quake hitting and the other 7.2. the first one so powerful it triggered tsunami warnings there. >>> back to libya, moammar gadhafi raising the stakes in the war against protesters. he is now offering a reward for someone's capture. we'll tell you who that is. also, gadhafi calling out the united states and encouraging libyans to fight against the west. >>> plus, christians, muslims, taking to the streets and fighting over religion. up next, i'll tell you what sparked this bloody battle. nser with scope freshness. new fixodent plus scope ingredients. cleans and kills germs that cause odors to your dentures. new fixodent cleanser plus scope ingredients. but these days you need more than the book. you need website development, 1-on-1 marketing advice, search-engine marketing, and direct mail. yellowbook's got all of that. yellowbook360's got a whole
are indispensible in the new world too. so your growing engagement with key countries in the region like japan, india, south korea and indonesia, is enormously welcomed. we will work closely with you to strengthen the fabric of these relationships and underpin regional stability. strengthening regional institutions so that the countries that the asia-pacific increasingly manage the friction of a growing and changing asia-pacific. that's why your nation's decision to join the east asia summit is such good news. the summit brings the leaders of the region's major powers together and has a mandate to deal with the whole range of economic, political and security issues our countries face. our relationship is evolving to meet these new challenges. from defense and intelligence to diplomacy and trade. australia and the south with south korea and japan to the north form real asian-pacific relationships with the united states. regional stability. an alliance which was strong in the cold war, an alliance which is strong in the new world. in both of our countries, true friends stick together. our nation
good. we cloud it up sunday. rain comes back sunday evening. >>> in japan, no damage is being reported this morning after a strong earthquake and small tsunami. video shows buildings swaying the moment the 7.3 quake hit. there are no reports of injuries but there was a small tsunami about 30 minutes after the quake but it did not cause any damage. >>> scientists know what killed about a million sardines inside a southern california marina. beachgoers found 12 to 18-inch piles of fish along the coast at redondo beach yesterday. marin biologists say the fish probably swam in and used up all of the oxygen and died. >>> the u.s. commander in afghanistan is predicting a long and difficult summer. >>> and what was found at a local dog park that is prompting a warning to dog owners. >>> taking a live look at the big board on wall street, stocks are mix. this is the second anniversary of the start of the bull market this week. two years ago, the dow was at 6500. right now, you can see it's up 5 at 12,220. still some concerns about oil prices, which right now, are at $105 a barrel and concern a
, thank you so much. we are getting word of a big earthquake off the coast of japan. the quake was a magnitude 6.0. these things raise tsunami fears when they happen there in particular. this story developing at this moment. we'll bring you more developments as we get them here. another fox news alert. police in san jose releasing graphic security camera footage of a deadly nightclub shootout. it shows a man in a bulletproof vest chasing the club owner trying to get him into awaiting suv. the club owner break free, the gunman fires his weapon. when it's all over, two people are dead and the club owner is hurt. police say they hope making the tape public will jumpstart their investigation and lead to the arrest of the unidentified gunman. new developments in a border security scandal. investigators want to know if a scheme by the bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms contribute to the murder of agent brian terry. they sanctioned the sale of weapons to so-called straw buyers. atf hoped this would catch a so-called big fish and said there is evidence those weapons are tied to hu
states and many countries in europe and japan have. so the way the financial system is operating is very different from what we imagined that. a third is that we have had a very interesting set of experiences with state enterprises, state-supported enterprises. for a while after world war ii states played a major role in economic systems in most parts of the world. then we went through this massive period of privatization where the role of the state diminished. now we see the role of the state rising again. another -- again, another 21st century kind of problem. you have state-owned enterprises not just china although obviously they're major in china. you see many of them in the oil industry. you see many of them in various areas of high techology and the difference is not just that that the state play as greater role in those countries and you see them in egypt where you had state enterprises that were either owned by the state or the people who owned the companies were very friendly with the mubarak family or were supported by the military. this is true in many parts of the world as we
you about a huge earthquake struck off the coast of japan. 7.2 magnitude earthquake. that is a major quake. it could be felt almost 300 miles away in tokyo. take a look at some of the surveillance video we got here. surveillance cameras on skyscrapers. you can see some of the shaking going on. no reports of any significant injuries or damage, but still, some of the video we're getting, you can see the rocking going on, including some boats that were parked along the coast. a tsunami warning was at one point issued. it was later canceled, however. >>> also new this morning, a stunning and disturbing sight. take a look at this, millions of of fish dead in the water at a southern california marina. officials say that the large school of sardines depleted the water of oxygen and because of that -- and there were so many in such a short amount of time they literally suffocated. there's no environmental cause, no pollution, they basically think they were driven there by larger fish and then, of course, there were too many of them. of course, very happy for the pelicans who quickly landed t
with piracy problem. at the same time, there's a number of any plant players that just depend on to japan, korea russia, china are working together to do with the problem. the deep with more subtle mandate. certainly whether they are escorting convoys to the goal for wegener protecting our national shipping. these are some strategies they are employing. i noted when we were operating there is despite national mandates, despite a few different approaches to how to do with the problem, the crux of the issue is that wanted to do something about piracy. so what we found if everybody was working together to share information, to exchange bits of information that might prove useful to locating pirate action groups to try to do with the problem in the shared responsibility i found a very construct development while we were connecting our work over there. just wanted to put a little vignettes and kind of give you a sense of how we dealt with certain issues they are. and i know that we've got a bit of a strategic overlay any sense of the operational environment. or to put yourself into my position
's a number of any plant players that just depend on to japan, korea russia, china are working together to do with the problem. the deep with more subtle mandate. certainly whether they are escorting convoys to the goal for wegener protecting our national shipping. these are some strategies they are employing. i noted when we were operating there is despite national mandates, despite a few different approaches to how to do with the problem, the crux of the issue is that wanted to do something about piracy. so what we found if everybody was working together to share information, to exchange bits of information that might prove useful to locating pirate action groups to try to do with the problem in the shared responsibility i found a very construct development while we were connecting our work over there. just wanted to put a little vignettes and kind of give you a sense of how we dealt with certain issues they are. and i know that we've got a bit of a strategic overlay any sense of the operational environment. or to put yourself into my position as the ship's captain and it's just the men's g
problems, even to the point of crisis in the next few years. many people have said japan is locked in crisis, that crisis is coming because of the debt that they've accumulated. when that comes to america, do we want to have government by crisis? already we can't even pass a budget. we can't pass appropriations bills. our bills do not even go to the committees anymore. they just come to the floor and we put a patchwork quilt on them and there's a chance this ends up being two more weeks. it is not the way you should run government. if you want to have a significant plan for changing things, send things through the committee. if up to the have a realistic way of running government, have appropriations bills. if you want to be someone who believes in good, responsible government, for goodness sakes, pass a budget. we didn't pass a budget last year. this chart shows how big the problem is. i wish i had a magnifying glass because that's the only way you could see the other side's proposal. $6 billion in cuts. it's one day's borrowing. it's not even one day's spending that they're talki
. people are using boats instead of their cars to get around. a powerful off-shore earthquake rattles japan causing buildings and bridges to sway. this video shows the exact moment. 7.2 magnitude quake hits the city. it's 250 miles north of tokyo. there are no reports of injuries or any serious damage. president obama's top national security advisors are meeting today to consider plans to get libyan leader mow mouammar qaddo step down finally. hillary clinton and leon panetta will be at the meeting. the president is not expected to attend. qaddafi was on television overnight saying the west is only after his country's oil and says the libyans tried to oust him while they're being drugged by al-qaida. the crew of space shuttle discovery woke up to gwyneth paltrow this morning? >> there she is. >> she was singing the oscar nominated song "coming home" for the film "country song." the cargo bay doors will be closed shortly after 8:00 with the re-entry burn scheduled for 10:52 this morning. shuttle scheduled to land at kennedy space center in cape canaveral at 11:57 a.m. i like how that red ar
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